Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said that cornerback Josh Wilson suffered a blow to the head late in Sunday’s 23-10 win over the New York Giants and experienced some dizziness thereafter.

Wilson made a goal-line tackle to prevent Giants’ running back D.J. Ware from scoring a touchdown, but that wasn’t the play on which the cornerback was injured, Shanahan said.

“It was along the sideline,” Shanahan said. “I don’t know if it was a foot or a knee. But I saw him take a shot right there. He was a little bit dizzy.”

Shanahan said Wilson, who recorded his second interception of the season earlier in the fourth quarter, will be tested for concussion symptoms on Tuesday. Players had the day off Monday.

“We’ll give him all the proper tests tomorrow and see how he’s doing,” Shanahan said. Wilson recorded four tackles and three pass deflections Sunday in addition to the interception.

Otherwise, the Redskins emerged from Sunday’s game without any serious injuries, Shanahan said.